FOOD NEWS    
    Tonnes of Frozen Fish to arrive Lagos Ports
 
About 40, 000 metric tonnes of frozen fish are scheduled to arrive in Lagos ports as 55 ships are expected to berth.
 
This is according to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).
 

This is contained in its daily publication, the Shipping Position  a copy of which was made available to the media.
 According to the NPA, the 55 ships are to sail into various port terminals from Oct. 30 to Nov. 30.

A breakdown shows that 28 of the ships are to arrive at the ports with containers, while 11 will come in with assorted food items.
 
Five ships are carrying rice, while a ship each is carrying bulk malt, bulk sugar and crude palm oil.

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ONE NATION GARDENS HOTEL CELEBRATES 8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

       ONE NATION GARDENS HOTEL SITUATED AT 4TH AVENUE  ‘F’ CLOSE, FESTAC TOWN LAGOS IS RIGHT NOW 29TH OF OCTOBER 2014 CELEBRATING ITS  8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY 


    ACCORDING TO THE  ORGANIZERS OF THE EVENT,  LOYAL CUSTOMERS  AND THE PUBLIC WILL BE OFFERED  MOUTH – WATERING  ENTERTAINMENT.

   WATCH OUT FOR MORE DETAILS!

     ONE NATION GARDENS HOTEL CELEBRATES 8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

       ONE NATION GARDENS HOTEL SITUATED AT 4TH AVENUE  ‘F’ CLOSE, FESTAC TOWN LAGOS IS  CELEBRATING ITS  8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY  ON THE 29TH OF OCTOBER 2014.



    ACCORDING TO THE  ORGANIZERS OF THE EVENT,  LOYAL CUSTOMERS  AND THE PUBLIC WILL BE OFFERED  MOUTH – WATERING  ENTERTAINMENT.

   WATCH OUT FOR MORE DETAILS!

                                          WORLD FOOD DAY
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE    WORLD FOOD DAY CELEBRATION ON GOURMET GUIDE (UNILAG RADIO 103.1FM)


Hello great people, happy weekend! I use this medium to say a big thank you to every one of you who contributed to the successful celebration of the World Food Day on  GOURMET GUIDE. 


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                                      FOOD NEWS
              Customs Impounds Food Products In Lagos!

 
The Western Marine Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS)  has reportedly impounded rice, cooking oil and poultry products valued at N20.4 million in Lagos.
 
This is according to the Command’s Acting Controller, Mr Johnson Gabriel who  told newsmen in Lagos that the seizures were made in two separate operations by his men.

According to him, on October 15 at the Badagry axis of Lagos State, his officers impounded 70 cartons of poultry products, 11 bags of rice and eight kegs of cooking oil, all valued at N567, 982.

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